Apple offers free iCloud access to Greek users; MTN said to be mulling job cuts

Wireless news from around the web

> BlackBerry stoked the rumour mill by buying two web domains bearing the name 'Android'. Reuters article

> Apple offered free iCloud access to Greek users after the country's government placed restrictions on citizens' overseas payments. Telegraph report

> South Africa's MTN is reportedly considering massive job cuts after an eight-week strike at the operator. Reuters article

> Sunrise said its chairman Dominik Koechlin passed away unexpectedly on July 12 after a rapid deterioration in his state of health. Release

And finally…BT accidentally revealed it is trialling IPv6 web addresses. BBC News article

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